Sixth Sunday of Easter—May 13, 2012 (Scripture Speaks)
Begotten By Love: Reflections for the Sixth Sunday of EasterDr. Scott Hahn (St. Paul Center for Biblical Theology)
10 Things To Know About Marian Apparitions (Aggie Catholic)
Waking Up Is Hard to Do by Thomas Howard (CERC)
Walker Percy’s novels and essays tackle what C. S. Lewis called “the great platitudes” and T. S. Eliot called “the permanent things.” That is to say, they concern themselves with far more than manners, psychology, or social issues.
Solicitude: The Second Lively Virtue by Anthony Esolen on (CERC)
Just as the heart-opening virtue of humility is the remedy for pride, so solicitude for the good of others is the remedy for envy, the second of the deadly vices. Our name for this vice derives from the Latin invidia, which literally means the habit of seeing things twisted (the inner meaning of our word wrong) or inside-out.
Answering Common Objections About Mary (Shameless Popery)Share on Facebook